The Daily Caller ran this news story which, as if we needed any further evidence, shows us the all-time low to which the Ameroboobs have sunk our once-great culture:
"Individuals living in New York City can choose from a minimum of 31 different gender identities, many of which allow them to fluctuate between some version or combination of male and female identities. Businesses that don't respect and accommodate an individual's chosen gender identity risk six-figure fines under new rules implemented by the City Commission on Human Rights."
15 years after the 9/11 Attacks, the Twin Towers still haven't been rebuilt, but New Yorkers are struggling with an apparent epidemic of Gender Identity Disorder.
This is the very kind of thing which occurs in a nation populated by drug addicts. A recent study showed that the United States, though 5% of the world's population, consumes 89% of world Amphetamine production. It has actually reached the point in the United States today where mandating unisex public bathrooms has become a national issue because Ameroboobs can't even decide between two options anymore.
The Gay Mafia even went so far as to issue a publication with the ominous-sounding title The Gender Identity and Gender Expression Legal Enforcement Guide and are no doubt sending out their enforcers to make certain all NYC businesses are gay friendly or else.
There was actually time in history when New York was a respected and admired city both here and abroad. Americans used to call it The Big Apple. New York was the city; the center of American culture, education, commerce, and media; the place you lived in if you wanted success. New Yorkers took pride in the fact that their city was something that everyone wanted to be a part of; in fact being from New York was once something of a social distinction here.
When one thought of New York; one thought of American cultural icons: the Statue of Liberty; Broadway, the Boardwalk, 5th Avenue, Coney Island, Times Square, the Empire State Building, the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers; Little Italy; if it wasn't in New York, it wasn't anywhere in America.
But that was then, this is now. We don't look to New York anymore when we want to see good people doing good things. We have to look beyond our shores for things like that; though formerly New York's Ellis Island was the destination for foreigners seeking a better life.
Oh well, such is yet another New Normal.
Big Brother is Watching in the City that Never Sleeps